Stathis Livathinos on Tuesday submitted his resignation from the Drama School of the National Theatre
The statement follows:
“After your latest refusal to work with me even for even two hours a week, to complete your studies in these difficult times we are going through. There is nothing left for me to do but say goodbye to you. I apologise again if I may have hurt any of you – any sternness on my part concealed nothing more than my care and concern that you are appropriately prepared for your future career in theatre.
It took a lot of effort and determination over many years to be able to finally create this Department, but also for the National Theatre School to have the infrastructure it now has. Keep only the good things and change the theatre. I thank you for everything, as well as the director of the School, but also all the colleagues who supported me.”